Skip to main content

QuickTime Output Settings (Object2VR)

Object2VR - Help

Settings Tab[edit]

Object2VR's QuickTime Settings

Image Settings[edit]

Image Width: Define the image width of your project in pixels.

Image Quality: The overall quality of the image. Use the slider to define the JPEG quality or type in the value.

Display[edit]

Window Size: This is the size of the movie window.

Auto Play[edit]

Mode: How the movie will rotate. Choose from three rotation options:

Zoom[edit]

To allow zooming in your object movie, select Enable zoom.

Default: The initial zoom level. A default zoom of 1 means the image will be at its original zoom level (or have no zoom.)

Maximum: The maximum zoom level. The default is set to 2. This means the movie can be zoomed in two times it's default zoom.

Center: Adjust the center of the zoom.

Output[edit]

Output File: This displays the name of your file when outputted. Choose Open to select a different destination for the output. By default, the QuickTime movie will be saved to the same directory as the image.

HTML Tab[edit]

Object2VR's QuickTime Settings

To inlcude an HTML template when outputting your movie, select Enable HTML File. This file can then be later edited and customized for your needs.

Template: Currently, there is only one template to choose from: normal.ggt.

Template Parameters[edit]

Text Color: Use the color picker to choose a color for the HTML text.

Background Color: Use the color picker to choose a color for the background of the HTML page.

Show QuickTime Controller: Choose to show the original QuickTime Controller or not.


Include Userdata Table: Select this to show the information entered in the User Data section.

Table Border Color: Use the color picker to choose the border color for the user data table.

Table Text Color: Use the color picker to choose the userdata's text color.

Table Background Color: Use the color picker to choose the userdata table's background color.

Use DevalVR: This this if you plan to use the DevalVR player.


Embed Sound File: Choose Open to add sound file to play during the movie using the XSPF Web Music Player.

Sound Title: Add the sound file's title here. This will be displayed on the music player.

Template Output[edit]

Format: Choose from .html or .htm as the file's format.

Output File: Choose Open to find a destination for the output.